Book Review: Under Ordshaw

Hello and welcome to another book review!!

*I received a copy from the author in exchange of an honest review which didn’t affect my opinion the slightest*


Welcome to Ordshaw. Don’t look down.

Pax is one rent cheque away from the unforgiving streets of Ordshaw. After her stash is stolen, her hunt for the thief unearths a book of nightmares and a string of killers, and she stands to lose much more than her home.

There’s something lurking under her city.

Knowing it’s there could get you killed.

Phil Williams writes contemporary fantasy and dystopian fiction and non-fiction grammar guides. His novels include the interconnected Ordshaw urban fantasy thrillers, the post-apocalyptic Estalia saga and the action-packed Faergrowe series. He also runs the website English Lessons Brighton, and writes reference books to help foreign learners master the nuances of English.

Phil lives with his wife by the coast in Sussex, UK, and now spends a great deal of time walking his impossibly fluffy dog, Herbert.

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I really enjoyed reading this book, there was a diversity in characters and things that just made reading it so much fun!

It starts with Pax then moving along the chapters, more characters are added. Each one is perfectly flawed and unique in its own way.The whole story just attract the readers’ attention.

I really loved Letty, a fae. She was quite a B in the beginning but, as the story developped, she grew on my heart. Actually, most of the characters were a bunch of ******* at the beginning but they grew on you,as a reader, as you get to know them better.

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